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In Facebook graph API how to find which all of your friends studied in the same school/University?

Sthitaprajna Jena
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I am new to Facebook graph API.I'm trying to figure out how to find how many of my friends and there basic information who has studied in the same school/university i have studies.

For example, i have studied in XYZ university , how can i look up who of my friends have studies in the same XYZ University.

Example : If i am calling this https://graph.facebook.com/me/friends?access_token=** then i am getting all my friends id,name and there info. So how can i modify this api call which will give me the result as i wanted.

This is my new requirement. Please help me.Thanks for your inputs.
 
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